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  • PhotoCreditHeidi Kirn for The New York TimesWhat to Do This Summer: Portland, Maine

    Streets coated with galleries and stores. A operating harbor. Outdoor dining at award-prevailing eating places. The fleeting summertime pleasures of Longfellow’s early life domestic look forward to.

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    For Americans keen to renew international tour, right here are the international locations that currently allow U.S. residents to go into, although there may be regulations, together with vaccine requirements.

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    “Everything to your frame is telling you no longer to do this,” said Breannah Yeh, a expert slackliner whose bouncy escapades have entertained millions on TikTok. So why does she?

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  • PhotoCreditNatalia Ramos6 Ways to Tame Airline Nightmares

    Thousands of passengers have skilled delayed or canceled flights due to the fact that June whilst airways started out to war with surging call for and employee shortages. Here’s how to address the chaos.

    By Elaine Glusac

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  • PhotoBackroads</a> launched a division this 12 months known as <a href="https://www.backroads.com/tours/dolce-tempo-easygoing-holidays">Dolce Tempo</a>, imparting a much less ambitious tempo. Above, bicyclists at the Bryce &amp; Zion National Park Multi-Adventure excursion.” src=”https://static01.nyt.com/pics/2021/08/06/journey/12slow-travel-1/oakImage-1628261883468-videoLarge.jpg” srcset=”https://static01.nyt.com/photos/2021/08/06/tour/12slow-tour-1/oakImage-1628261883468-thumbLarge.jpg 150w, https://static01.nyt.com/images/2021/08/06/travel/12slow-journey-1/oakImage-1628261883468-videoLarge.jpg 768w, https://static01.nyt.com/photos/2021/08/06/journey/12slow-journey-1/oakImage-1628261883468-mediumThreeByTwo225.jpg 225w, https://static01.nyt.com/snap shots/2021/08/06/journey/12slow-journey-1/oakImage-1628261883468-mediumThreeByTwo440.jpg 440w, https://static01.nyt.com/photographs/2021/08/06/journey/12slow-tour-1/oakImage-1628261883468-hpSmall.jpg 163w”>CreditKate Bauer/Backroads
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  • PhotoCreditPool photo via Clemens Bilan – Pool/Getty ImagesWhy Can’t Europeans Travel to America?

    The European Union has reopened to visitors from the US, but the site visitors has no longer been -way. There are few clues as to when so that it will change.

    By Madeleine Ngo

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